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David Schillo is highly aware of the effect that regular physical activity greatly helps overall health, especially heart health. Schillo’s father passed away from a sudden heart attack, and David, carrying those same genes and a likelihood that he will … Continue reading
David Schillo earned a Master’s degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Adapted Physical Education from East Carolina University. He has long held an interest in creating better systems for people, especially young people, suffering from severe mental or physical … Continue reading
David Schillo was a tutor working for the University Academic Tutoring Center. David worked for this organization as an undergraduate at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. The University Academic Tutoring Center helped Schillo connect with his fellow students … Continue reading
David Schillo is an eighth-grade science teacher at Dickson County Middle School in Dickson, Tennessee. Before he started his teaching career, Schillo served in the US military as a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear officer in the Army. In addition … Continue reading
David Schillo is an active member in his community. David Schillo is a science teacher at Dickson County Middle School in Dickson, Tennessee. David Schillo has a background in kinesiology and science and enjoys educating others about the importance of … Continue reading
David Schillo, an educator, has experience as an academic tutor. “Throughout my Undergraduate School, I worked as a tutor with the University Academic Tutoring Center,” says Mr. David Schillo. “I worked there for four years tutoring biology, chemistry, organic chemistry, … Continue reading
David Schillo is an articulate communicator and motivating leader integrating fitness into a classroom setting.
David Schillo is a teacher and shared 3 reasons to become a teacher in this slide. David Schillo also encourage the students to do right thing in their life. Keep visiting https://davidschillo.wordpress.com this blog for more such updates.
David Schillo, an eighth grade science teacher, is interested in adaptive physical education. “My students and I were responsible for creating customized adapted physical activity plans aimed to work towards a physical goal such as walking upstairs, writing with a … Continue reading